Book Review – Busby: Architecture’s New Edges

Centuries from now, when historians look back to the beginning of the Anthropocene, a time when we realized that human beings had... Read More

EVENT – Doors Open Vancouver, Oct 3rd

DOORS OPEN VANCOUVER PUBLIC ART WALKING TOUR OCTOBER 3, 2015 Join artist and tour guide Emilie Crewe for a pleasant walk and... Read More

How the Eaton Centre nearly wrecked Old City Hall

Ever since Toronto city council moved over the street in 1965, Toronto hasn’t quite known what to do with Old City Hall. The... Read More

EVENT – A Conversation with Brian Jackson about Heritage in Vancouver, Oct 15

When: Thursday, October 15, 2015, 6:30 – 8:30pm Where: Committee Room 1, 3rd Floor, Vancouver City Hall, 453 West 12th Avenue Tickets... Read More

Awe in the city

The study of awe — the kind of jaw-dropping experience that makes you recalibrate your understanding of the world — originated with... Read More

Call for submissions: MAQ ‘Young Critic in Architecture’ competition

The Maison de l’architecture du Québec is pleased to announce the fourth edition of the MAQ Young Critic in Architecture... Read More

Book Review – Timber in the City: Design and Construction in Mass Timber

Author: Andrew Bernheimer (Oro Editions, 2015) About two and a half years ago I had the opportunity in my last year of University to... Read More

Inclusive Cities: A Tale of Two Revitalization Projects

For cities to be healthy and happy, researchers have increasingly emphasized the importance of implementing inclusive cities –... Read More

EVENTS: 2015/16 Ottawa Design Lecture Series

With September marking the start of a new academic year, the past weeks have seen the announcement of multiple public, design-based... Read More

Ottawa Architecture Week 2015: The city is a house built by many hands.

The city is a house built by many hands. This alone does not make Ottawa unique, but as a place, Ottawa is the most unique city in all... Read More